Tuesday, March 16, 2010

She-Rain: A Story of Hope by Michael Cogdill

She-Rain: A Story of Hope by Michael Cogdill
Morgan James Publishing, March 2010

Genre: Fiction

Teenager Frank Locke’s life is not an easy. Living in North Carolina during the early 20th century, he is faced with hardships, poverty and violence. He deals with an abusive father and tries to protect his mother as best he can. When tragedy strikes his family, Frank leaves his home and the woman he has fallen in love with, Mary Lizbeth.

Frank overcomes many obstacles as he flees his home town, including falling into a whitewater river. He is pulled ashore by the beautiful Sophia. Frank finds himself falling in love with her, but still in love with the woman he left behind. Suddenly, he’s part of a triangle he never saw coming.

This is quite an emotional story. The words flow brilliantly through each page and each character is crafted expertly. The Southern voices ring true and clearly throughout this book making the reader feel as if they are part of the story.

For more information, visit http://she-rain.blogspot.com.


  1. This book sounds so touching, Yvonne. Thanks for your review.

  2. Sounds good, great review Yvonne

  3. That does sound like a really emotional read.


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